The Los Angeles Clippers were one game away from heading to their first Western Conference Finals. The task was going to be tough though. The Clippers, after giving up a 3-1 series lead to the Rockets, had to travel to Houston to win a Game 7. 1,298 more words
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Glen Davis of the Clippers has been fined $5,000 for violating the NBA’s anti-flopping rules, the league announced on Saturday via official release.
Davis went tumbling to the floor after running into Dwight Howard in the first quarter of L.A.’s Game 3 win over the Rockets, and while he may have truly lost his balance, the flailing of the arms (and the fact that the official blew the whistle) is what likely helped the league determine that a fine was necessary. 14 more words
The Houston Rockets were staring the end of their playoff run in the face. It’s only Game 2, but the Rockets had lost Game 1 and were down 13 points at home to a Los Angeles Clippers team that had their all-world point guard Chris Paul still in street clothes. 804 more words
James Harden loves the pick and roll. He loves the pick and roll because he’s great at the pick and roll. During the regular season, Harden was involved in 541 of them, ninth most in the NBA, which accounted for a little more than a quarter of the Rockets offense when he was on the floor (per NBA.com), and according to NBA.com, the team averaged .96 points on each pick and roll that Harden was associated with. 586 more words
The Clippers are a team built on the strong foundation of their starting lineup, and once you get past Jamal Crawford, there are few if any reliable reserves to be found. 265 more words
Doc Rivers stepped to the podium a few minutes after his Los Angeles Clippers survived another road game against the defending champions, a clutch performance that set up a Game 7 against the San Antonio Spurs in what has easily been the series of the first round. 700 more words